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India, the Netherlands to strengthen agriculture

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The Dutch Ambassador to India Alhponsus Stoelinga called on Union Agriculture Minister Radha Mohan Singh in New Delhi to brief him about the current status of Indo Dutch Agriculture cooperation.

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Mr. Stoelinga informed the Minister about the developments in the areas of hi-tech agriculture, dairying, Post harvest management, including cold chain infrastructure. He expressed the hope that the ongoing dialogue between India and the Netherlands will receive a fresh impetus when the Prime Minister of Holland calls on Prime Minister Modi later this year.

"The three issues that came up for discussion included a review of the progress under Indo Dutch Agriculture Action plan, the co-operative governance model followed by the Rabo bank and research collaboration with the Wagenengein university of the Netherlands," read a government statement.


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